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Forthcoming events

The Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) is the world's leading facility in neutron science and technology. It operates the most intense neutron source on earth in Grenoble in the south-east of France.

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Forthcoming events

Big Science Business Forum 2018 - Copenhagen, 26-28 February 2018

Big Science Business Forum 2018 will be the first one-stop-shop for European companies and other stakeholders to learn about Europe’s Big Science organisations’ future investments and procurements worth billions of euros.




SYNERGI 2018: New analytical tools for engineering materials science. Amsterdam, 8-9 March 2018

Europe is home to the world’s most extensive portfolio of Advanced Research Infrastructures (ARIs), serving a wide and dynamic community of tens of thousands of scientists every year. SYNERGI 2018 is a new form of event organized by European ARIs that brings together industrial researchers and facility experts in order to discuss how tailored-made characterisation techniques can give enterprises game-changing understanding of the material used in their products.

Thematically, the forum will cover engineering material science globally, with spotlights on the automotive, aerospace, (nano)microelectronics and metallurgy sectors, and exploring traversal cutting edge developments such as additive manufacturing and advanced energy production/storage.



Workshop on Additive Manufacturing 2018: key industrial solutions at large research infrastructures

From process qualification until component certification, additive manufacturing presents big challenges as a new field of material processing with multiple new parameters. Therefore, new insights concerning characterization are envisaged for process and component standards and certification, as well as for experimental benchmark input for modellings.

European large installations ILL and ESRF offer a common frame for additive manufacturing industrial investigations, where unique static (scanning) and dynamic (in-situ) studies on stresses and imaging, from the nanometre until several centimetres range, are possible.

To foster industrial escalation of additive manufacturing,
we aim at bringing together industry and applied sciences to address key manufacturing issues regarding final quality assessment of products.



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